You can’t get there from here. Well, technically that’s a false statement.
However, sometimes an obstacle makes it very difficult, or perhaps time consuming to get from the spot you are standing to the spot you see.
Allow me to show you the “old bridge” across the Meramec River in Missouri’s Route 66 State Park.
To get from this end of the bridge to the other: retrace your route to the Interstate Highway. Drive to the next exit, re-enter freeway going opposite direction and take first exit. Then wind your way under the freeway to part 2 of this unique (for several reasons) state park.
Thinking of the future, when perhaps more than a talented squirrel (or other creature following the below-deck girders, will be able to cross the river at this spot again. Citizens have created an organization with the goal of re-decking this bridge as a bike/walking trail.
In the more immediate future, check out “Morning Tryst” a sweet romance using the backdrop of several Missouri State Parks and Historic Sites.
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